The OBHS Lodge situated in the Matukituki Valley, Mr Aspiring National Park, is the jewel in our crown.
The curriculum experience for boys is accentuated outside of the classroom.
Our Hostel offers boys from all over the world the opportunity to live and learn together and to access the fine education the school offers.
Parents are encouraged to communicate with the school often.
We offer a wide and varied academic curriculum.
Our school takes its role in developing ‘great men’ seriously.
Boys learn in a variety of ways - our school offers them different styles and a range of learning programmes to suit.
Our boys are expected to follow the 100% completion philosophy, to give their all to everything all the time.
Leadership is an important component of the school. Boys show personal leadership and have the ability to lead their own learning.
The education of boys to men, the ability to learn, thrive and achieve highly are central to our school. At its core, a ‘heart of oak’, the ability to be strong, able to stand through the difficult t...
Otago Boys’ High School sits ‘above the city’. Our position as one of New Zealand’s finest state funded boys’ schools gives us the best perspective on boys’ learning.
On Wednesday evening 13 teams competed in the annual secondary schools’ small bore shooting championships. Our top shooter on the night was Jarvis Cross, who placed in the top ten of all shooters on t...
Our students and visiting guests from Shanghai were treated to a fantastic performance by Wairua Pūhou (the OBHS/OGHS Kapa Haka group) at our International assembly on Tuesday.
Congratulations to Year 10 student Cameron Moffitt who has recently been selected by the New Zealand Children's Athletics Association to represent New Zealand at the Australian All Schools Championshi...
Last week Ben Hogan, Tom Sharp (both Grade 6) and James Williamson (Grade 5) sat their Speech New Zealand Public Speaking and Communication module 1 exams.
OBHS International Student Leader Louie Cheng addressed senior assembly this week as part of International Languages' Week.
In 2010 Luvo Manyonga was the world junior long jump
champion and had the 2012 Olympic games in his sight.
All trophies presented at last year’s senior prize giving need to be returned to the school office by Friday 1 September.
On Tuesday evening 36 junior students keenly participated in the annual regional mathematics competition, the O'MAthalon.
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